"If you put magnets near your moral compass, it will actually change your decision making and make you temporarily less moral." The so-called moral compass is actually an area in the brain just behind the right ear
■Class discussion: The Daily Mail points out: "The more we learn about the brain -- the more complicated things like conscience and spirituality become."
If acting immorally is is just a biological function, how do you hold people accountable for their immoral actions? Can it be argued that no one is really responsible for their own actions because their actions were just the result of an out-of-whack "moral compass?"